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leaving. but colbert, hysterical, love him. >> from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning. >> he scores! your realtime captioner is linda macdonald. >> they did last night. good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, april 23. i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning to you. i'm juliette goodrich in for michelle griego. it is 6:00. let's check in with liz for our latest on the traffic. >> and we just got an update from chp on this accident we have been watching in petaluma. they hope to clear the roadway here very shortly. in the meantime, one lane still blocked southbound 101 approaching petaluma boulevard south was involving up to five cars and traffic is still backed up beyond east washington. out to the bay bridge now. they turned on the metering lights so it is backed up beyond the first overcrossing now in the cash and the fastrak lanes, pretty typical stuff for 6 a.m. if you are crossing the san mateo bridge, it tips to get more crowded and more -- continues to get more crowded and more crowded leaving hayward but so far traffic still moving at the speed limit to get you to the other side 101 and the peninsula. and mass transit is also on
time. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." more on our ride to work forecast. here's lawrence. >> yeah. looking good around the bay area not seeing the wind like we had yesterday. you're going to see a lot of sunshine into the afternoon. and just a couple of high clouds drifting overhead as high pressure now beginning to build in overhead, as well. still a little could toward the coastline. highs there only -- still a absolutely cool towarded coast coast, 50s and 60s. 60s and low 70s in the valleys. out over the bay looking good to start out your day. temperatures a little chilly though. 40s and some 50s this morning. some of the cooler temperatures we have had in a while. but by the afternoon, should be a very pleasant day about 68 in san jose, 67 in oakland. 69 in the napa valley and 70 in concord. that's a look at weather, guys. back to you. >> all right, lawrence. thanks. breaking news this morning in marin county where crews are wrapping up work on a two-alarm fire in novato that began around 3 a.m. in a garage of a home on chase street. the fire was mostly limited to the garage which was destroyed.
you see it here. two cars badly damaged in the fire. nobody was injured. the cause of the fire is under investigation. developing news now. a palo alto man remains hospitalized but is telling his tale about a rock climbing accident and the amazing rescue that saved his life. more now from kpix 5's cate caugiran who joins us from the newsroom. >> reporter: it's going to be a long road of recovery ahead for 26-year-old blake parkinson but you wouldn't be able to tell from when we sat down with him. parkinson and a few friends were climbing higher cathedral spire easter sunday. the stanford alum and employee is an experienced climber but says he was tackling the most difficult stretch when something went wrong. parkinson says he somehow missed a move, causing him to plummet 30 feet before the rope caught him but not before he broke his back on the boulders he landed on. >> i was carrying a water bladder and that exploded against the rock. and when i went to feel my back initially, i thought i was -- i thought it was my blood, which was a bit troubling. >> reporter: by the time his
friends got to him he was in bad shape. that's when a dramatic rescue took place that you're looking at now. but it took some careful maneuvering with the helicopter blades so close to the rock face. parkinson right now is being treated for spinal fractures. in time, he is expected to recover. cate caugiran, kpix 5. the mother of one of the high school students killed in that crash on i-5 is now suing fedex. a fedex truck hit a bus full of teenagers head on in glenn county and burst into flames. the mother accuses fedex of using trucks with a history of catching fire. she is seeking $100 million in damages. the 15-year-old boy who hitched a right in the wheel well of a plane to hawaii was actually trying to get to somalia. as linda yee reports, he was desperate to see his mother. >> reporter: sources say this is his footprint on the tire of the hawaiian airlines plane and the black marks, his footprints and handprints inside the wheel well where he spent 5 1/2 hours in subzero temperatures.
a source says tsa investigators were at the maui airport taking a closer look at the plane. one friend tells me it's no surprise he was able to get on to the tarmac at san jose airport unnoticed. >> he is a pretty athletic kid so it would make sense that he could be able to hop over a fence. >> reporter: classmates said he transferred to santa clara high just over a month ago. few knew him well, but no one guessed he would have hitched a right in an airplane wheel well. >> i thought it was a stupid move. but at the same time, i thought he was a genie for hopping in the wheel! [ laughter ] >> reporter: he got along with everyone. >> i went to mosque with him and seen him a couple of times looked like a quiet guy. >> reporter: maui police say the teen actually wanted to hop a jet to africa to find his biological mother. he lives with his father and stepmother in this house in santa clara but supposedly was having problems here triggering his desperate attempt to leave. no one in the family answered
the door. >> some people have it rougher than others, you know? >> reporter: linda yee, kpix 5. it turns out that young boy may have hid out at san jose mineta international airport for hours prior to take-off. kiet do joins us live now in san jose. the trip is putting airport security in the spotlight now. >> reporter: yeah. the airport director herself calls this a very serious incident. they say they are doing a complete review and looking for any improvements that they can make. it turns out he jumped a portion of the fence that has barbed wire on top of it that is near where the airplane itself was parked. the fbi now says that testifies on the tarmac for seven hours went completely unnoticed. the boy told investigators he chose the plane at random and had just got nene a fight with his dad and was trying to get to his mom in somalia. ground crews are supposed to do wheel well checks early on in the flight but it's unclear if they did so at this point. san jose airport has a good security track record and cautioned against a widespread
overhaul of all airports in the country. still, lawmakers say this highlights gaping holes in airport security. >> looking at our airports in general and taking a diagnostic i think would serve all of us well to make sure that only ticketed screened passengers are getting on planes. >> reporter: and they are saying it's a miracle that he survived a near complete lack of oxygen and below freezing temperatures at 38,000 feet for 5 1/2 hours. he is still in hawaii. unclear when he may be returned to the bay area. >> has the teen's family said anything? >> reporter: yeah. you know, we have been camped out at their house for days now. there are people inside there. when we knocked on the door, they are not answering. so no word yet. >> okay. kiet do live for us down in san jose this morning, thank you. it is 6:06. san jose police are seeking clues after a man was found dead next to a big rig in the parking lot of a warehouse on monterey road near curtner avenue. officers were called to the scene yesterday morning. they found a man in his 40s
gravely injured. emergency workers pronounced him dead shortly afterwards. few details are being released but investigators classify its as a homicide. the drought is prompting east bay m.u.d. to do something it's never done before. >> we will be drawing water from the sacramento river for our drinking water supply. >> this summer east bay m.u.d. will pay $8 million to acquire five billion gallons of water. that means the san pablo and upper san leandro reservoirs will be full of sacramento river water by the end of june with enough water to service 54,000 homes for a year. developing right now in south korea, rescue crews are diving into the wreckage of that sunken ferry looking for more victims. they have reached the 3rd and 4th floors where passengers' bedrooms were located. the number of dead has reached 10 knee with just as many people -- 10 people with just as -- 150 people are dead, 150 still missing.
experts searching for the missing malaysia passenger plane are looking at an object of interest that washed up on the coast of western australia. it appears to be sheet metal with rivets in it. but authorities say it's unlikely to be related to the missing plane. the search for malaysia airlines flight 370 is nearly 7 weeks old. and so far, no physical evidence linked to the plane has been found. it is 6:08 now. once upon a time stephen colbert couldn't get letterman to hire him. coming up he checks out his new digs. >> reporter: lions and tigers and bears -- an millipedes? our furry friends are here with a look at mobile weather. >> there is rain on the way. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and looking at the latest tweets now from the east bay, we spotted this one possibly an accident involving several cars blocking up to three lanes in hayward on 880. so we'll tell you how it's slowing things down coming up. but first we want to know what drives you crazy during your commute. ask a question or share a gripe
it gives you options based on your budget -- it's a piece of cake. i was told there would be cake. get a free quote at progressive.com. stephen colbert appeared on c-b-s' "late for the first time since being named david letterman's replacement stephen colbert appeared on the late show last night. alison harmelin spoke with fans of the show which the legendary letterman will retire from next year. >> reporter: comedian stephen colbert flashed his signature smile on the way into "the late show." his soon-to-be new gig. >> i think he is the smartest choice as a replacement. >> i'm sad letterman is leaving but colbert, love him. >> don't do whatever you have done here. >> no, you don't want to do that.
>> reporter: colbert told letterman he was accepted into his internship program back in the '80s. >> i did not take the internship because you did not pay people. >> i had nothing to do with that. >> the next job i'm taking here pays. >> reporter: colbert submitted his own top ten list when applying for a writing job in the 90s. >> the number one cocktail for santa, silent night train. >> reporter: this is a chance for the audience to get to know the real stephen colbert. not the character he plays on his current show, the colbert report. letterman gave cbs the thumbs up for selecting colbert as his replacement. many people say they will miss dave but change is good. >> it would be great to bring a younger crowd in. >> reporter: the two comedians took a selfie already a nod to the younger demographic colbert is expected to attract when he takes over for letterman next year. alison harmelin for cbs news, new york. >> well, colbert is trending
right now. also trending avril leonardo dicaprio may play steve jobs in a biopic. and drew barrymore named her baby frankie. we like that. nypd the department's asked followers to tweet photos of themselves andnew york city officers and instead it was flooded with a number of images of aggressive police officers. follow us at twitter check it out cbssf. did your family call your frankie? >> my mom, my sister. >> good info. frankie in the house. i think her other daughter is named olive. >> i didn't know that. >> a little entertainment fact for you. my own brian hackney. [ laughter ] >> all right. let's go out live and show you two problem spots now including this one in hayward up to 3 lanes possibly blocked right now so you could see some traffic tie-ups with this one and they are already growing.
it looks like the sensors pick up some slowing around 238. but again you could see big delays towards 92. in petaluma tow crews are working to clear at petaluma boulevard south. you can see the sensors are pretty -- well, wow. they are in the red now. so even though this accident is in the clearing stages, expect good sized delays all the way through petaluma until you get past the petaluma boulevard south exit and then improving into novato. at the bay bridge metering lights are turned on around 6:00 so 15 minutes ago typical commute trying to get into san francisco. it's backed up beyond the 880 overcrossing. and if you traveling westbound 580 the delays begin up and over the altamont pass and now it's kind of sluggish so continued slow-and-go all the way past your isabel exit but bart is a good option this morning because so far all trains are on time.
no delay including all those stops heading into downtown san francisco. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." lawrence has our forecast. it's a little yo-yo lately. >> yeah. kind of up and down and all around. but we are going to see some ups today as we'll see plenty of sunshine into the afternoon less wind. the temperatures will warm up slightly. temperatures dropping off into the 40s and 50s. we even had 30s in the napa valley just in the last hour. rain late thursday night into friday. high pressure bringing mild temperatures today and probably tomorrow although we'll begin to see some clouds moving in tomorrow. temperatures around the state 70s into the central valley. 55 degrees lake tahoe. rain up toward eureka. around the bay area today, looking good. then late in the evening clouds move in, lots of clouds on thursday. then rain beginning to move in
late thursday night into friday morning with a chance of showers continuing on and off throughout the day. temperatures are going to look like this. plan on some 60s in the south bay maybe 70 in morgan hill, 67 in milpitas and about 59 degrees in pacifica. east bay numbers up in the 60s and the low 70s. then inside the bay you will see a little breeze into san francisco and cool, 62. 59 in daly city. your sunrise time 6:24. your sunset at 7:53. next couple of days, we are going to see some dry weather but then things change thursday night into friday with rain becoming likely maybe a quarter, maybe a half inch in the wettest spots then looks like next week, guess what, talk about yo-yo weather, mid- 80s in the warmer spots by tuesday. >> question. >> yes, sir. >> are mondays better than sunday and saturday? we have issues with tha. >> you do? >> i will try and change that. [ laughter ] >> it's always the case. >> easter was gorgeous. >> and saturday should be nice. >> okay. all right. we are holding you to that. >> you're out of the doghouse. well, reporter roberta
gonzales is out on the embarcadero with some friends this morning. >> reporter: 52 degrees west winds at 10-mile-per-hour. we just saw a gorgeous sunrise over the bay bridge here. it is "hump day"! and we don't have any camels here with us today but we certainly have rick swartz. he is global ambassador of the san diego zoo and when i think zoo i don't think -- >> millipedes. all insects are important to our ecosystem but get the bum rap. people don't like them. but they are a big part of the program. >> reporter: i want to see something with feathers. so we have something -- oh, look at this guy right here. what is this? >> right here we have an older peregrine falcon and she can't see very well so a lot of times she is a little concerned but she is doing quite well. she is one of our great ambassadors. peregrine falcons are found all over the world. they are cliff dwellers and cliff nesters but that makes them great here in the city of
san francisco. a lot of them nest on the buildings and keep the pidgeon population down. they do very well adaptable to many environments and the tiger trail again opening in may we are going to have all sorts of animals including some bigger ones. >> reporter: i want bigger. i want better! oh, gosh, be careful what you wish for. >> 13 feet of snake. this is a burmese python. >> reporter: how do i know if it's too tight? >> if you sto breathing. >> reporter: people don't like them or they are curious about them. you're holding right now -- is it slimy? >> no. >> no. they are very dry and smooth. they are not slimy. a lot of great fun facts at the zoo. visit your local zoo. >> reporter: what's his name? >> this here is julius squeezer. >> reporter: okay. if you want more information about julius squeezer or our
san francisco zoo, oakland zoo, visit us online or the san diego zoo at kpix.com. reporting from the embarcadero, roberta gonzales, kpix 5. [ laughter ] >> doing okay? >> yes. thanks, gang. and julius. the city of oakland making an offer to keep the a's in the coliseum. coming up the a's are saying, no thanks. >> coming up in sports, madison baumgarner pitches an eight inning gem but could he get any help from his offense? plus, the sharks try to pull off the upset by beating l.a. at the staples center. we'll have more next. >> what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. we may come and feature your school on the show. le ,,,,
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the sharks didn't win a game in l.a. last year during their play-off series with the kings. last night they probably played the best ever that they have played at staples. tom mcclelland's team looking to be the first in the west to win a road game in the play- offs down 3-2 with 10 minutes left in the third of the rookie tomas hertl sticks with it and ties the ga i am with a second goal of the series. in overtime we go. it's patrick marleau who backhands it towards the net and it goes in past jonathan quick. the sharks win 4-3 and take a commanding 3-0 series lead. madison baumgarner became the latest giants pitcher to get the hard luck loser again. he went eight innings but made two mistakes. this one here to nolan and colorado up 2-1. baumgarner watching. the giants with the tying run at second. pagan passed out to end it. giants 0 for 9 with runners in scoring position.
from beating the rangers but josh wilson doubles with two out to score the game tying run. and then former athletics farm hand michael choice goes right back up the middle off luke gregerson who was charged with his third lone save of the year. 5--- blown save of the year. 5-4 the final in that game. the warriors are going to be playing back home on thursday. that's sports for this mannheim. i'm andrea nakano. thanks, andrea. play of the day, we are going to take you to major league baseball. but not from the field. it's from the stands. >> there's always one. this was in the 9th inning as the seattle mariners hosted the houston astros. and when you have two teams with bad records, you need to make your own entertainment. houston won 5-2. >> that's a sprinkler. >> those teams stink. oakland a's ownership rejected a 10-year lease off
from the oakland coliseum authority. details of yesterday's offer weren't made public but the a's released a statement saying it did not address all the team's issues at the stadium. negotiations though expected to continue. a's co-owner lew wolff has said he would like a long-term lease in oakland while legal issues are ironed out regarding the long-term plan to build a ballpark in downtown san jose. coming up, a one-day strike set to take place today at kiesner oakland. what mental health -- at kaiser in oakland. what mental health issues are at issue. i'm kiet do with a live report about the stowaway to hawaii. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
your realtime captioner is linda macdonald. a broken back but not a broken spirit. a palo alto man fell 30 feet on to a boulder in yosemite national park. we have the details of the accident and the rescue that saved him. >> a daring smash-and-grab all caught on camera at a walgreens on the peninsula. the thieves weren't after cash. >> and the winds calming down more sunshine on the way. looks like a warmer day with rain in the forecast. we'll tell you when coming up. >> and we have some good sized traffic jam, one in hayward, one in petaluma. we'll explain where coming up. good morning. it's "hump day," wednesday, april 23rd. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm juliette goodrich in michelle griego. crews are wrapping up work on a fire on chase street.
the fire was limited to the garage, which was destroyed. two cars were damaged. no one was injured. the homeowner says he was in shock when he saw the flames. >> the only thing that was really going through my mind is why it wasn't going out. >> it was so hot that, you know, 25, 30 feet away it was painful. and that was before the building actually really went up. >> the cause of the fire right now is still under investigation. time to get a look at weather and traffic. we're going to kick it off with lawrence karnow. >> some beautiful weather. the sun just coming up in the bay area and looks like you will see less wind today so the temperatures going to warm up. out the door we go, into san jose, how about the sunrise coming over the mountaintops there and looking good. a few high clouds there in the distance. think that will be about the worst that you see as we'll see plenty of sunshine throughout the day today. high pressure building in overhead so looking like a nice day ahead cooler at the coastline and breezy there.
50s and some low 60s toward the beaches. 60s in the bay and you will see some 60s and low 70s in the valleys. looking good out over the bay. the temperatures running in the 40s and the 50s so a little cool in spots but this afternoon, how about 68 in san jose? 67 in oakland? and 62 in san francisco. all right. time for a road check. let's check the roads with elizabeth. in hayward, chp is doing the final clean-up to get these lanes open. in the meantime, at last check two lanes were still blocked. you can see the delays approaching industrial. that's where the accident happened. anyway you're seeing red sensors as far back as 238 interchange so definitely give yourself some extra time. petaluma another hotspot. that accident in petaluma all lanes are now back open. but as you can see from this latest traffic tweet, the traffic jamups begin around pepper and we are hearing there may be another fender-bender in the traffic jam itself. here's a live look at the bay bridge. pretty typical stuff for this time of the morning.
6:32, you're backed up to the foot of the maze. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." back to you guys >> thank you. ten adults and a child out of their home this morning after fire damaged three buildings in san francisco. it started around 1:30 in the afternoon yesterday behind the duplex on walter street between duboce and 14th street. flames ripped through the roofs of one of the houses and spread to neighboring buildings. a firefighter was hurt when tar fell from the roof and landed on him. the fire gave neighbors quite a scare. >> hear people screaming saying like fire, fire, so a lot of flames and smoke and wind. >> that wind made firefighters' jobs that much harder. it took hours to get the fire under -- it took two hours to get fire under control. the santa clara teen who made it to hawaii in the wheel well of the plane hid out at the san jose airport for hours prior to take-off. kiet do joins us live now in san jose. that teen apparently tried to get home to somalia and his
journey now raising a lot of concerns about security at airports. >> reporter: yeah. now, we're learning now that this teen did not climb through a hole. he scaled a section of the fence that had barbed wire on top of it. a section of the fence just happened to be right near where the plane was parked that he was going to stowway on. the airport is conducting a review to see if there are any improvements they can make to security. a law enforcement official tells the "associated press" they are reviewing surveillance video that shows the 15-year- old was inside the secure area of the airport for about 7 hours. according to the fbi, the teenager snuck out on the tarmac, chose a plane at random and didn't know where he was going. he took a 5 1/2 hour flight to maui in the boeing 767 in the wheel well. it highlights what some lawmakers call gaping hole in airport security. >> looking at the airports in general and taking a diagnostic i think would serve all of us
well to make sure that only ticketed screened passengers are getting on planes. >> reporter: the teen lives with his father in santa clara and told investigators he was trying to get to his mother in somalia. fellow students at santa clara high say he may have gone too far. >> like a normal teenager when you want to run away you did to your best friend's house or something. him. ?! hawaii?! >> the teen is lucky to be alive. >> there's almost no oxygen at 38,000 feet. freezing cold temperatures, 50 degrees below zero. it's a miracle. >> reporter: that boy is still in hawaii in the hospital under protective custody. unclear when he will be returned to the bay area. but he will not face any charges. back to you. developing news a palo alto man is recovering in a modesto hospital after falling while rock climbing at yosemite national park. kpix 5's cate caugiran joins us live from the newsroom with details of his rescue and recovery. >> reporter: this particular climb was not new to 26-year-
old blake parkinson but being airlifted to safety was a first for the palo alto man. this was how easter in yosemite began for blake parkinson and ben of palo alto. geared up and ready to climb higher cathedral spire. >> we're hooked and ready. >> reporter: this is how it ended with a chp helicopter hauling him off the side of sheer granite. the stanford alum and employee is an experienced climber. he was tackling the most difficult stretch when everything went wrong. >> went to pull a move and like, you know, i didn't make it and i fell and it was about 20 or 30 feet before the rope caught me. >> reporter: but not before his back was broken by the boulder he landed on. >> you know, i was carrying a water bladder and it exploded against the rocks and when i went to feel my back initially i thought i was -- i thought it was my blood, which was a bit troubling. >> reporter: climbing partner ben was panicked not from the fall but the silence. >> whoa, this seems bad. it seemed bad that he was not
responsive. he was not shouting to us that he was -- normally when a climber falls right away they would say, i'm okay, i'm getting back on it. >> reporter: when ben and other climbers got to blake he was in bad shape with cracked vertebrae. they called 911 and the rescue began. >> if you move forward five feet it will put me right through the trees. >> reporter: after a lot of careful maneuvering with the chopper blades close to the rock face, rescuers carefully reeled him up in what they call the litter basket and after a few dicey moments, they finally secured him. >> yosemite search-and-rescue are the best in the world at what they do. and if you are ever going to get injured rock climbing yosemite valley is probably the best place to do that. >> reporter: he is being treated for spine fractures and is expected to recover in time. he says he hopes to be able to climb again. live in the newsroom, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> you can see the entire rescue video at kpix.com at the top of the homepage. 6:37. belmont police are looking for thieves behind a smash-and-grab
robbery at a walgreens store. the suspects weren't after cash. kpix 5's ken bastida with what the men took. >> reporter: it's like the plot of "gone in 60 seconds," except it wasn't cars these guys were after; it was cigarettes, lots of cigarettes. watch as these two menus a concrete block to shatter the store's front door. once inside, they make a beeline for the checkout counter. with a quick jump, they hit the jackpot. rows and rows of cigarette cartons emptied into black trash bags in the span of about a minute. no pack of tobacco left untouched. even after one of the guys runs off, the other one stays to pick up any stragglers. once they have gotten their fix, they run back out the broken entrance loot in hand as if they were going through a doggie door. ken bastida, kpix 5. >> the robbery happened friday morning and the thieves got away with $6,000 worth of cigarettes. anyone who signed up for
healthcare using the government's website urged to get a new password because of that security bug known as "heartbleed." the white house says no sign that any information has been stolen so far. so it's just a precaution. but change your password. happening today, in santa rosa sonoma county healing committee will hold its first meeting focusing on the andy lopez shooting. the teen shot and killed by sheriff's deputy as he carried a fake gun back in october. they want to open dialogue between law enforcement and the community so the healing can finally begin. tonight's meeting is at 6:00 at the middle school in santa rosa, the cook middle school. clinicians plan to stage a one-day strike today at kaiser permanente's oakland medical center. these are doctors who deal with patients. they claim cases computer mental health departments are understaffed with not enough personnel to handle all the patients seeking care at the kaiser mental health departments. now that the game plan is set, do you approve of the
warrior's arena in mission bay? plus what it means for transportation in the area. >> all right. the market just opened about 10 minutes ago. let's check the board. dow down about 6 points. the day is still young. >> yeah. >> and coming up, we are going to get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. checking out your pollen report for today, not too bad medium to medium high. tomorrow looks like it will spike. it should come down friday and rise on the weekend. more news and weather when we come back. ,, ,,,,
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this is the second week -- >> i know. extended vacation. but she is back tomorrow. she gets in late tonight. and won't she have fun tomorrow? >> a nice tan probably. she will be looking nice and rested. >> yeah. >> reporter: and then what she could do is share her vacation pictures. you know everybody lost those. >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: juliette, it's good to see you. >> you, too. >> hello, frank. >> oh, thank you. >> reporter: ahead, we are following the developments after possible flight 370 debris washed ashore off the coast of australia. plus, mclemore's super producer and grammy winner ryan lewis shares a personal story. it's an interview that you'll see only on "cbs this morning." how lewis' mom is inspiring him to launch a new project in the fight against a life- threatening disease. and the big moments from stephen colbert's visit to david letterman last night. did you stay up to watch? colbert unveiled an old top ten list that he wrote while applying for a job many years ago at the letterman show. he didn't get the job then. the news is back in the morning. see you at 7:00. back to you guys. >> that was on the dvr last
night. we'll have to take a peek but we have seen snippets. >> mine into. >> okay, thank you. "cbs this morning" starts at 7:00. 6:45 now. just like the sharks, the stock market is on a bit of a winning streak, too,. >> kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks has more on that and announcements today from a couple of silicon valley giants. >> reporter: certainly fun watching the sharks win and the stock market also fairly pleasant. it's working on a six-session winning streak. that's its longest since last september after some heavy selling in recent weeks, as well. corporate earnings the big driver there. yesterday the market was propelled by the likes of netflix, comcast and harley- davidson all topping results. got a lot of bay area firms adding to the list this morning. couple of losers out there on their reports are juniper networks and vm wear while gilliat science is doing very well off a -- gilead science is doing very well off sales for hits hepatitis "c" drug.
two heavyweights report after the bell. apple and facebook. analysts looking for apple revenue to increase slightly to $43.7 billion hoping to top what they did in ipad and iphone sales a year ago. facebook meanwhile expected to see its revenue rise more than 60% to $2.36 billion. mainly on strong online ad revenue growth. the market off to a challenge this morning. once again you have tensions in ukraine rising with russia weighing on investors a bit this morning. let's check the big board. dow lower by 16. nasdaq is down by 15. s&p is moving lower by 3 points. juliette and frank, back to you. >> okay, jason brooks from kcbs news, thank you, jason. all right. about those sharks, they are just one win away from eliminating the los angeles kings in the first round of the stanley cup play-offs. they have been impressive. and last night edge of your seat overtime game winner. here's how it finished. >> lewis couldn't handle the pass. hannon back behind the net, pavelski gets the stick on it marleau a backhander scores!!
>> he sure did. patrick marleau game winner for san jose. the 4-3 victory giving the sharks a three games to none series lead. game 4 could be the clincher in l.a. tomorrow night. we are getting a closer look at where the new warriors arena site will be built. the sports and entertainment still center will be on 12 acres of private land in the mission bay neighborhood in san francisco bounded by third, 16th and south streets and terry francois boulevard. in an exclusive kpix 5 surveyusa poll we asked 500 adults if they still backed the team's plan to build the arena in san francisco and 68% said yes. they also overwhelmingly support the idea of mission bay. people had still concerned over the height of construction along the waterfront and that's the issue that ultimately drove the warriors south. getting to the new stadium on game day is another big concern. there are three muni trains coming not area and that will
include a light rail, higher capacity train coming from the central subway that's under construction. but bart won't be an option. >> one of the bigger challenges about this new site is compared to the old one is that it is farther from bart. >> it's almost two miles to the closest bart station so mass transit to the arena will mean a transfer to muni lines. san francisco mta says as of today, they don't know if they can meet the potential crush of demand that's about to hit the area just a few years from now. people are being asked to stay out of the water at monterey municipal beach. monterey county health officials say unsafe levels of bacteria have been detected on the beach there. it may have come from fecal or other contamination from animals, humans or even runoff from some of the storm drains nearby. the advisory will stay in effect until samples show the bacteria is back to a safe level. linkedin is moving on up into a 26-story building in san francisco on 2nd street south of market and this is what it
will look like when completed in 2016. check it out. construction at the site started last year. so the move will allow linkedin employees to bring various -- employees will come to the san francisco location. the company headquarters will stay in mountain view. it is 6:49. a check of traffic now as we are about to shut down the day. how are we doing? >> we're not looking too good in hayward. our radio partners are sitting in traffic jams. it's big now southbound 880 the delays begin right around 238. there was an accident approaching industrial. it looks like it's up to even marina and spillover on to northbound 238, as well. so give yourself some extra time. you're going to be sitting here waiting a while 17 miles per hour is the average speed as you approach highway 92. farther north up in oakland everything still looks good around lunchtime. could get more crowded 12:35 oakland a's take on texas. but again here's a live look as you approach the oakland
coliseum, oakland airport, everything is free-flowing all the way into downtown oakland. if you are heading to the bay bridge toll plaza, it is stacked up into the macarthur maze now cash and fastrak lanes backed up for 20 minutes. and if you are a silicon valley commuter, this is what it looks like at 880/237 leaving milpitas. that drive time still in the green and a check of the south bay now where that 101 commute just beginning to slow especially from capital out towards the julian/mckee exit. remember kcbs when you hit the roads at 106.9 fm or 740-am. that's traffic. with the forecast, here's lawrence. we have a gorgeous day ahead today. we are seeing less cloud cover and looks like less wind. that's the good news as we are going to see more sunshine and some warmer temperatures coming our way. it's going to feel warmer without the wind outside. looking out the door nice clear skies high clouds drifting through. the temperatures are running a little chilly this morning grab a jacket out the door. 44 in santa rosa, 42 livermore
and 58 degrees into san francisco. still we are going to see a lot of sunshine into the afternoon sunny and warmer this afternoon and rain possibly again late thursday night and into friday. so we have high pressure now building into the bay area just a weak ridge but enough to pump up the temperatures a few degrees today and tomorrow. and then these clouds will begin to work their way into our skies looks like latter part of tomorrow and into friday. some more rain on the way. 70s into the central valley for today and a nice travel day. looking like a nice day around the bay area and here come the clouds toward tomorrow and friday morning for the commute there's a good chance we could see some showers around the bay area and a little bit wet early on. but for today, should be a very nice day. you're looking at a lot of 60s inside the bay still cool and breezy at the coastline 50s and low 60s toward the beaches and low 60s into san francisco. as we look out over the next couple of days, should be dry weather but more clouds on the way as early as tomorrow. and then a chance of rain developing late thursday night
into friday. could see maybe a quarter maybe a half inch of rain in some of the wettest spots and then partly cloudy into the weekend but much warmer toward next week. >> a little golfing excursion saturday. am i okay? >> saturday good, sunday iffy. >> just checking. >> thank you. 6:52. the mother of a student killed in a horrific accident on i-5 is suing fedex. why she says the company is responsible for the crash. >> and a palo alto man broke his back after he fell while rock climbing at yosemite national park. we'll have the details of his dramatic rescue coming up. crews are working to retrie more bodies from a the great american novel. so you can happily let life get in the way,... while planning for tomorrow.
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rry that sank la five things to know at the :55. crews are working to retrieve more bodies from a ferry that sank last week off south korea's coast with mostly high school students on board. more than 130 people have been confirmed dead and more than 100 others still missing. the supreme court has upheld a state's right to ban affirmative action in university admissions. the justices said voters in michigan had the right to change their state's constitution to eliminate racial preferences in public college admissions. justice sonya adelina sotnikova disagreed sonya sotomayor disagreed with it. the council heard arguments in a major media case pitting television broadcasters against internet broadcaster aereo. they broadcast shows without fees to broadcasters. a garage in a home went up in flames on chase street in novato around 3 a.m. the garage was destroyed. as you can see, a few cars were badly damaged, too.
nobody was injured. and the mother of one of the high school students killed in that crash on i-5 is suing fedex. the fedex truck hit a bus full of teenagers head on in glenn county and burst into flames. the mom accuses fedex of using trucks with a history of catching fire. santa clara teen stowed away on a flight from san jose to hawaii in the wheel well of a passenger jet is resting in a maui hospital this morning. investigators are reviewing some surveillance video now that shows the teen inside a secure area of mineta international airport for 7 hours prior to take-off. his incredible stunt now is highlighting gaping holes in airport security. the teen said he was trying to get home to africa to his mother. a man is recovering after a fall at yosemite national park. it's going to be a long road of recovery for 26-year-old blake parkinson but you wouldn't be able to tell when we sat down with him. he and friends were climbing
higher cathedral spire easter sunday. the stanford alum and employee is an experienced climber but says he was tackling the most difficult stretch when something went wrong. parkinson says he somehow missed a move causing him to plummet 30 feet before the rope caught him. he broke his back on the boulder he landed on. >> i was carrying a water bladder and that exploded against the rock and when i went to feel my back initially i thought i was bleeding. that was troubling. >> by the time his friends got to him he was in bad shape. a dramatic rescue took place. it took careful maneuvering with the helicopter blades so close to the rock face. parkinson is being treated for spinal fractures. in time, he is expected to recover. live in the newsroom, cate caugiran, kpix 5. a final "kcbs traffic" check. it's always slow coming through highway 4 near all the roadwork. unfortunately we are getting word of a fender-bender. it is in the center divide approaching somersville in the westbound lanes but it's super backed up. so it's always slow even slower
than normal right now. in petaluma that earlier crash petaluma boulevard south long since cleared. unfortunately the red sensors still show big delays as far back as pepper road and i want to take you outside for a quick live look at the richmond/san rafael bridge toll plaza where you can see the delays are a few cars deep at the pay gates. that's traffic. here's lawrence. the weather looking good, too. less wind today and a nice start as we are seeing lots of sunshine just a few high clouds. should be a great day ahead as the temperatures just going to feel warmer without all the wind. how about 68 degrees in san jose today? 70 in livermore. 70 in concord. about 62 and breezy into san francisco. along the coastline 50s and 60s. cloudy on thursday. thursday night into friday looks like a good chance of rain this one could be a good soaker then dry weather returns on saturday. >> makes it fun. all right. thanks for having me along with you. michelle will be back tomorrow. >> with a tan. >> with a tan. she had a nice vacation. >> what are you going to be doing?
>> sleeping, back home with the kids to the real job. have a great day. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com good morning. to our viewers in the west. it is wednesday, april 23rd, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." new developments overnight in the search for flight 370. investigators are examining debris that just washed ashore in australia. new outrage aimed at the irs. how thousands of employees landed millions in bonuses despite not paying their own taxes. plus, letterman and colbert together. a late show meeting of the minds and a top ten list colbert wrote years ago. but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> authorities in australia say they're investigating an object of interest as they call it washed up on shore. >> a possible breakthrough in